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This month we demonstrate how easy it is to use IronPython to test .NET-based libraries.



Read the article at MSDN Magazine online
Last edited May 28 2009 at 12:24 AM  by howarddierking, version 3
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jmccaffrey wrote  May 4 2009 at 2:05 PM  
There are many ways to perform lightweight module testing of a .NET library. One approach, demonstrated by the June 2009 Test Run column in MSDN Magazine, is to use IronPython. IronPython is the .NET compliant version of the Python scripting language. Using IronPython rather than C# or VB.NET for automated module testing is often useful in situations where you want to perform ad hoc testing from a shell command line, or when you are working in a technologically heterogeneous environment.

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